Careers at NAHB

Contact: Kevin Brower
kbrower@nahb.org
(202) 266-8316

As one of the most influential trade associations in the Washington, D.C. area, NAHB is an exciting and rewarding place to work. Our people help serve, promote and support the home building industry through aggressive legislative action, policy development, legal services, economic forecasting and analysis, education and more.

At NAHB, we know that our people are our most valuable resource. We go to great lengths to attract and retain proven professionals, and to develop quality leadership for our future. NAHB proudly supports its staff through:

  • Competitive benefits
  • State-of-the-art technology
  • Promoting from within
  • Recognizing organizational commitment and tenure
  • Rewarding excellence

If you want to contribute to every American’s dream of homeownership, and you thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment, check our employment opportunities below to see if there is a position that matches your skills and experience.

If you are interested in career opportunities with NAHB’s affiliates and subsidiaries, visit HBI and the Home Innovation Research Labs for further details. NAHB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Opportunities at NAHB

Application Analyst/Developer

Group: Information Technology

NAHB is seeking an experienced Application Analyst/Developer who will contribute to a wide range of NAHB projects and products either independently or part of a team. The Application Analyst/Developer may lead efforts to sustain and improve NAHB business systems. This may involve managing vendors or external consultants in the development and implementation of COTS or custom applications that meet NAHB's requirements. The position will provide back-end support to NAHB's external web sites and the efforts of NAHB's Online and Application Services team in the areas of but not limited to e-commerce and data integration. Will also provide support to staff for all systems developed or development managed by the Application Services team.

Minimum of three years professional windows/web development experience including a solid coding background in a multi-browser environment and an orientation towards development rather than GUI design. Ability to communicate technical issues to a non-technical audience. Knowledge of e-commerce technologies. Knowledge and experience with Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Server Reporting Services. Platforms: Windows Server, SQL Server and Internet Information Service (IIS).

Candidate must be a motivated individual, team player and have the experience and proficiency with all aspects of application analysis and development. Demonstrated ability to work with vendors, consultants, and other technical resources is a must. A Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, information technology or equivalent in experience and related technical education. 

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 
Assistant Vice President, Construction Codes & Standards

Group: Regulatory Affairs

NAHB seeks an Assistant Vice President, Construction Codes & Standards to oversee and participate in the development of NAHB’s comprehensive advocacy efforts related to residential construction codes and standards development, implementation, and enforcement. As NAHB’s primary liaison and spokesperson regarding construction, codes, and standards issues, the AVP will work closely with members to develop NAHB policy positions, ensure the critical analysis of proposed amendments, testify before code and standards development bodies, and prepare rigorous comments to support NAHB’s views. 

The AVP will also build and maintain strong working relationships with associated codes and standards bodies, ensure that the local home builders associations (HBAs) have the resources they need to participate in their state and local codes adoption processes and provide technical and committee support to HBAs and members. This position is also responsible for oversight and support of member committees and department staff.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Address complex technical issues concisely and effectively, and review and understand technical information related to building codes and material/design standards.
  • Analyze the impact of building code and standards changes on home construction and the residential construction industry.
  • Develop the strategic direction, communication plan and training materials to encourage affiliated associations to embrace new initiatives, participate in existing programs and to become more engaged at all levels of the Federation.
  • Other required skills include strong leadership, budget management, problem-solving and organizational skills.

Requirements:

  • A minimum of 10 years of experience in issues advocacy related to the development, implementation and/or enforcement of residential construction codes and standards, and a minimum of 4 years supervisory experience, or equivalent program management experience, are required.
  • Prior experience in the design and construction of single/multifamily homes, and/or the development of construction codes and industry standards is also needed.
  • Association experience is highly desirable.
  • A bachelor’s degree in engineering, materials science or architecture, or equivalent combination of education and experience, is required; PE or advanced degree is preferred.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Computer Support Specialist II: AV

Computer Support Specialist II AV Group: Information Technology

NAHB is seeking an organized and customer-service focused Computer Support Specialist II, to provide support on all NAHB computer equipment, standard software, and computer peripherals. This position will primarily be responsible for set-up, support, and maintenance of NAHB audio-visual equipment within the NAHB conference rooms and stand-alone equipment. This position will serve as backup audio-visual technical support for events hosted by NAHB staff and external clients in the National Housing Center conference facilities.

The ideal person for this role will have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain a sense of humor and professionalism, and work well under pressure in a fast-paced help desk environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Set-up, support and maintain audio-visual equipment within the NAHB conference rooms and stand-alone equipment.
  • Accurately manage and track the usage of IT audio-video resources and computer hardware loaner equipment.
  • Assist NAHB staff with scheduling, rehearsing, and conducting meeting/webinars using Zoom and WebEx platforms.
  • Install and configure computer workstations for NAHB staff.
  • Provide first/second level computer helpdesk support to staff to diagnose and resolve computer related problems and issues. Utilize various IT support tools.
  • Collaborate with the Network team to provide technical support for NAHB computer systems.
  • Enter helpdesk calls and routes to the appropriate internal department. Respond timely to critical situations and multi-task various projects.
  • Assist with the inventory maintenance of NAHB computer systems.

This position may be required to work extended hours as needed to complete assignments.

Requirements:

  • A minimum of three years of experience with AV systems and operations.
  • Experience with computer maintenance, user support, and troubleshooting Windows based applications.
  • A bachelor’s college degree in a computer-related field of study, (or an equivalent combination of training and experience).

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Content Manager, Member Services and Education

Group: Member Services and Education

NAHB is seeking a content manager who is a great storyteller, creative thinker and writer to successfully engage members and help them maximize their memberships. Our members have many great benefits at their fingertips, but sometimes they need an extra push to remind them of all NAHB has to offer. We’re a diverse team of creative, strategic, operational, and tactical professionals. We show up with great ideas and figure out how to make them happen. This manager will be a skilled communicator who helps NAHB members get the most out of their memberships by writing emails, web copy, blog posts, scripts, and social media posts to publicize the products, programs, events, and member benefits for the nation’s leading residential building association.

Qualified candidates are:

  • Great writers – you don’t need a lot of words to get your point across
  • Self-starters who can work independently
  • Collaborators who thrive in a dynamic work environment
  • Detail-oriented editors who strive to provide error-free copy
  • People who can manage competing priorities, don’t flinch when a new challenge arises and maintain a great sense of humor

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience in communications, writing, editing and public relations
  • Experience writing for the web, blog posts and social media
  • Experience with marketing automation software (MagnetMail)
  • Strong project management, problem-solving and analytical thinking skills
  • Minimum of three years of professional communications and content development experience 
  • Familiarity with associations and new home construction, and experience managing the production process are a plus.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Coordinator, Meetings & Events

Group: Exhibitions & Meetings

NAHB is seeking a highly organized, team-oriented and custom service-focused Meetings & Special Events Coordinator to contribute to NAHB's exciting events. The ideal person for this role will have an enthusiasm for the meetings and events industry, and be interested in learning about it from the foundation. They will have a strong attention to detail, be flexible and have positive attitude, a keen interest in using technology to better processes and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Reporting directly to the AVP of Meetings & Events, this position maintains an important role in managing the department's deadlines and processes and contributes to every event the department manages. The ideal candidate is a doer, able to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment during peak event seasons.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the planning, coordination, and arrangements for in-person meetings and events, including coordination of pre- and post-event tasks.
  • Maintain department timelines and ensure the group adheres to schedules and deadlines, providing updates regularly.
  • Support the financial tracking for each event, to include building an invoice tracking chart, ensure invoices are accurate and processed according to NAHB’s financial standards. Review and support budget/financial tracking.
  • Manage contract clauses and requirements including insurance certificates; complete credit applications.
  • Manage the production of print collateral and other materials for meetings and educational programs.
  • Manage dinners, receptions, and other events in conjunction with our trade show or other conferences and meetings as assigned.
  • Assist with online learning events/webinars by supporting staff with administrative setup tasks, serving as technology support during webinars for both attendees and speakers, providing real-time customer service.
  • Maintain working knowledge of the website back end, Zoom Webinar, Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams and OneDrive), SmartSheet and other online event software and technology as required.

A minimum 2-3 years of experience including special events, meetings, and online learning/webinars/events. A four-year college degree, demonstrated success in managing purchases, contracts and experience in sourcing and managing outside vendors is required. Knowledge of the meetings, events and/or hospitality industry and/or experience with associations is preferred.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Director, Digital Learning Programs

NAHB seeks a director of digital learning programs. This position is responsible for managing both daily offerings and strategic initiatives in the virtual space. The director will manage the planning and delivery of NAHB’s suite of digital learning programs offered live online, virtually hosted and on-demand. The director supports education efforts through direct student registration/engagement and through programs hosted by licensed distributors with our virtual hosting service. Serves as the primary staff and leading expert for the association’s Learning Management Space (LMS). In consultation with the Education and Marketing teams, maximizes utility and effectiveness of the LMS in providing a quality customer experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage virtual hosting schedule and online postings.
  • Manage the staff hosting schedule and frequently serve as program host to launch virtual offerings. Recognize and resolve program issues and ensure satisfactory conclusion and results.
  • Provide customer service support to students and instructors to facilitate the digital learning experience. Regularly review and assess the process, procedures and technologies used to deliver digital learning classes.

Requirements:

  • Expertise with Learning Management Systems, project management tools and other technologies that support content delivery for live and eLearning formats required.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Windows computing environment and Microsoft Office products.
  • Minimum of five years of experience in successful project management in an education e-learning environment.
  • Experience with digital learning and LMS management is required.
  • Experience in an environment working with any of the following is beneficial: non-profit organizations, associations, education organizations or institutions, boards/volunteers, government agencies.
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, project management, communication, or relevant field, or comparable in education and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this form.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Director, Federal Legislative

Group: Government Affairs

NAHB is seeking an experienced lobbyist to advocate for the housing industry on Capitol Hill and in Washington, D.C., on energy, resiliency and climate issues, and all other NAHB priority issues in a general manner. The director will advise membership on energy and climate issues and other legislative and political issues.

Responsibilities also include analyzing legislation and government programs, while developing and implementing legislative, grassroots, and political strategies that are communicated to NAHB’s membership, Congress, the administration, and national political parties. The director will also educate, update and activate NAHB’s grassroots network in their assigned region to influence Capitol Hill and the political process, and will direct political outreach in assigned region and advise NAHB’s membership on political support for candidates in assigned region. This is to ensure the voice of the nation’s home builders is heard by federal legislators throughout the legislative and political process.

The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated ability to analyze and synthesize complex legislative information and demonstrated ability to balance a heavy workload with competing deadlines. Candidates must be able to address changing priorities and work well under pressure.

A minimum of four years of federal legislative experience is required, either on Capitol Hill, a federal government agency, political campaigns, or at another trade association. Knowledge of specific issue area or assigned region is preferred. Candidates should also have knowledge of the political process, congressional budget/appropriations process, grassroots outreach, housing industry, trade association operations, and/or regulatory process. A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent in education is required.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Director, Membership Growth and Program Activation

Group: Member Services and Education

NAHB seeks a Director of Membership Growth and Program Activation who will be responsible for championing and institutionalizing a culture of membership across and within NAHB’s affiliated local and state home builders associations (HBAs). Serves as a thought leader, bridging the gap between membership theory and practice. Drives long-term growth and sustainability at local HBAs by shifting staff/leadership mindset, sharing best practices, and activating resources designed to help HBAs develop strategies to prioritize, activate and grow membership.

The director works to identify and deliver innovative programs, initiatives, and products to support membership prioritization and resource adoption by affiliated local and state associations. Develops enhancements, updates, and replacements to existing programs to ensure offerings remain timely and relevant and gathers feedback on current programs to better determine the needs and wants of the local associations. 

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develops strategies to engage HBA staff and key members to ensure NAHB membership tools are effective and meet customer needs. Meets routinely with stakeholders to inform and generate consensus.  
  • Identifies opportunities for enhanced or new membership services to support local and state HBA efforts to recruit and retain members.
  • Develops, tests, and activates services and tools to assist local associations in their membership recruitment and retention efforts. 
  • Develops national learning labs, town halls and sessions working with other NAHB staff and member leaders. 
  • Manages national membership drive campaigns including adoption, resource development and support.  
  • Works in partnership with NAHB Marketing and the MSE Content and Communications Teams to develop and implement a communication and promotion plan designed to increase awareness, adoption, and support of membership priorities and HBA Membership Growth and Development programs.
  • Develops the strategic direction, communication plan and training materials to encourage affiliated associations to embrace new initiatives, participate in existing programs and to become more engaged at all levels of the Federation.  

Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum of five years experience in designing and promoting membership programs and resources. Demonstrated experience working with volunteers and committees, or related chapter relations/field support experience. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong editorial skills. Demonstrated marketing and systems development skills. 
  • Ability to be a consensus builder, while working with a wide variety of people.
  • Lead collective groups of volunteers in exploring and recommending future practices and innovations.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Windows computing environment and Microsoft Office products. General familiarity with website development/management and writing content for online communications.
  • Previous experience leading project teams, group facilitation and public speaking.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Facilitator, 20 Clubs

Group: Member Services and Education

NAHB seeks a facilitator who is a special individual with high-level customer services skills as well as the ability to manage committee meetings, maintain quality standards while meeting deadlines under a heavy workload. NAHB offers its members a unique networking opportunity (the 20 Clubs) through which they can determine and implement best management practices, systems, and solutions to run their businesses more effectively and profitably. The facilitator is responsible for working in collaboration with in-house meeting planners and builder members to ensure appropriate on-site meeting logistics, a meaningful agenda, and a smooth event.

The facilitator will travel to approximately 20 meetings annually to lead the club meetings according to plans, serve as a resource to club members on-site, and serve as a liaison with hotel, restaurants, transportation services and speakers. Follow-through includes the development of meeting minutes notes, and various management reports.

This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Facilitators will experience extended travel times out of the office and have the demonstrated ability to work well remotely out on the road. Facilitators must quickly become well versed in the services and programs offered by the association and be able to effectively communicate program-wide messages and policies to the members. Must have knowledge of, or the ability to learn, the basic principles of organization, good management practices and systems.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of four years experience in a member service or committee management capacity for an association.
  • Proficiency in Excel, Outlook, and MS Word is critical.
  • Bachelor's degree in business, communications or association management, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Manager, Community Member Services

Group: Member and Affiliate Services

NAHB is seeking a manager, community member services. This position assists in the development and implements products and services to support membership growth for NAHB communities. Assists in the development of products and services to support local councils and creates uniform processes for the development of new local councils. Works with the CMS Content Team and NAHB Marketing to enhance the visibility of community benefits and showcase the value of community membership.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develops and provides local council programming support.
  • Maintains councils’ best practice and collaborates with CMS Content Team on how best to communicate to the local councils.
  • Maintains current updates and reporting for all council awards.
  • Working with NAHB council directors to create and implement a uniform process for starting local councils.
  • Collaborates with council stakeholders, content team, EDU, and Content Strategy to facilitate content development from NAHB Awards programs.

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication (written/verbal, interpersonal) skills
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple job priorities, work under pressure and work collaboratively with department as staff as a team player.
  • Minimum of four years of experience in a professional environment, preferably in service-oriented environment.
  • Experience developing membership recruitment and retention membership plans.
  • Association background, knowledge of home building industry preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree in education, business, or communication field, or equivalent in education and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Manager, Community Member Support

Group: Member and Affiliate Services

NAHB is seeking a community member support manager. This position is responsible in supporting the NAHB Communities to maintain their place as the leading voice in the industry and their place within the Association that delivers superior membership services for community members and local councils. Manages the logistical and stakeholder support need to maintain NAHB’s communities. Curates learning content for NAHB communities. Position works with community and staff stakeholders to support the development, planning and delivery of quality learning content products and events for NAHB community members.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develops and provides local council programming support.
  • Works with NAHB council directors and member committees to create and implement a strategic plan priority for each stakeholder community.
  • Works with the council directors, creates and executes Just-In-Time learning products (in cooperation with the AVP, Learning Content).
  • Works with council directors to provide program support with the IBS education selection process to maximize staffing efficiencies.

Requirements:

  • Excellent communication (written/verbal, interpersonal) skills
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple job priorities, work under pressure and work collaboratively with department staff as a team player.
  • Must have strong attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated initiative and resourcefulness to obtain information, follow-up, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Minimum of four years experience in a professional environment, preferably in service-oriented environment.
  • Experience developing membership recruitment and retention membership plans.
  • Association background, knowledge of the home building industry preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, business, or communication field, or equivalent in education and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Manager, Executive Services

NAHB is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented and enthusiastic customer-service focused Executive Services Manager to manage and coordinate the operations of the NAHB Executive Office. This position will serve as the first point of contact for all communications for the CEO and the NAHB Senior Officers. The ideal person for this role will have strong attention to detail, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive matters. Reporting to the Senior Director, this person must be able to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment and maintain a sense of humor.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Serves as the first point of contact for all communications for the CEO and the NAHB Senior Officers./li>
  • Prepares general correspondence and will support travel requests and various meeting communications.
  • Manages the CEO's and Chief of Staff's budget requests for Coalition Funding, to include maintaining expense reports and budget files.
  • Manages the CEO's and Senior Officers' calendars and meeting schedules; telephone coverage, and preparation of meeting materials.
  • Coordinates and manages dinners, receptions, and other events in conjunction with NAHB's trade show or other conferences and meetings as assigned.
  • Provides high-level administrative support developing detailed meeting agendas, handling all itineraries for business meetings, ensuring the CEO and the Senior Officers have required meeting materials for attendees at various meetings.
  • Maintains working knowledge of the Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Teams), and other technology as required.

The position may require light business travel.

A minimum of five years of experience in a senior level position providing administrative/secretarial support to a senior level position or executive team within a medium to large organization. A two-year college degree, or combination of training and experience. Experience working in the hospitality industry and/or experience with associations is preferred.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Manager, Learning Content

NAHB is seeking a manager of learning content, responsible for day-to-day tactical implementation/oversight of the development, planning and delivery of quality learning content products and events for NAHB and its members. This encompasses both in-person and virtual products, including but not limited to the International Builders’ Show (IBS), webinars, podcasts and/or any other audience-targeted virtual conferences.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day management of annual learning content development and delivery process.
  • Solicit and maintain a cadre of high-quality speaker and moderators.
  • Serve as liaison to NAHB committee/council stakeholder group staff.
  • Develop and maintain database of issues and leading topics to be used for content development.
  • Share best practices across organization and assist others in educational programs.
  • Research and develop new, innovative products and methods for delivery content.

Requirements:

  • High degree of initiative, self-motivation, ability to work well under pressure, and ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with volunteers, staff, speakers, and organization partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to build consensus and identify and secure opportunities for collaboration.
  • Minimum of five years of experience conference/trade show and or learning content development and delivery experience within an association environment.
  • Knowledge of adult learning principles and best practices in education.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree in education, business, or communication field, or equivalent in education and experience.
  • Certification in education development or association management is a plus.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Manager, Member Engagement

Group: Member and Affiliate Services

NAHB is seeking a manager, member engagement. This position will enhance the individual member’s journey by creating a customized experience through technology and data driven initiatives. Manages the administration and daily operation of key engagement programs and campaigns including NAHB Connect activation.  Responsible for developing reports to measure the effectiveness of specific engagement tactics and identifies best practices.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deploy and manage engagement outreach campaigns.
  • Manage and coordinate member meetings and materials.
  • Process financial and budget reconciliation materials.
  • Develop targeted lists for individual market segments.
  • Develop targeted activation campaigns to increase engagement.
  • Prepare reports on engagement effectiveness.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrated strengths must include interpersonal skills and aptitude for working with individuals and various teams of people with diverse backgrounds and expertise (sales and marketing, building/remodeling, technical, and creative, etc.).
  • Excellent problem solving, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Minimum of three years of successful project management in a membership, communications, or technical role.
  • Experience with project management tools and other technologies that support customer interactions and engagement.
  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, management, communications, or relevant field, or equivalent in education and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Manager, Net Member Growth

Group: Member and Affiliate Services

NAHB is seeking a manager, net member growth. Position will serve as secondary point of contact for two key member segments, Young Professional and Associate Members. Develops and executes strategies to increase member value and connection with key member groups through targeted events and initiatives. Manages recognition of member recruiters and recruitment efforts, while working to expand NAHB’s recruiter base. Identifies best practices and novel tactics to expand program reach and effectiveness in collaboration with the director and vice president of member engagement.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and post social media content.
  • Manage and coordinate member meetings and materials.
  • Process financial and budget reconciliation materials.
  • Gather information on local association young professional activities.
  • Prepares reports on recruitment resource effectiveness.
  • Develop industry event activities and schedules.

Demonstrated strengths must include interpersonal skills and an aptitude for working with individuals and various teams of people with diverse backgrounds and expertise (sales and marketing, building/remodeling, technical, and creative, etc.). Excellent problem solving, written and verbal communication skills.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of three years of successful project management in a membership, communications, or technical role.
  • Experience in an environment working with any of the following is beneficial: non-profit organizations, associations, education organization or institutions, boards/volunteers, government agencies.
  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, management, communications, or relevant field, or equivalent in education and experience.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Meetings Assistant

Group: Meetings & Exhibitions


NAHB is seeking an organized, team-oriented and customer service-focused Meetings Assistant to provide meeting logistical support to the Meetings & Exhibitions' 20 Clubs Meeting Planning Team. The ideal person for this role will be flexible, have a strong attention to detail, excellent written and verbal communications skills, and the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment with often competing deadlines.

This position will be responsible for administering and coordinating operation and administrative functions in support of the meeting arrangements for more than 36 networking groups that will meet semi-annually. Reporting directly to the Senior Director, Meeting Logistics, this position will assist to administer various meetings and events, including purchasing and expense processing.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Supports the planning, coordination, and arrangements for in-person meetings and events.
  • Secures and contracts dinner reservations (3 to 4 dinners per meeting), and home tour and dinner transportation requirements.
  • Prepares online and duplicate paper registration forms and prepares online e-commerce to collect meeting deposits.
  • Supports the financial tracking for each meeting, ensures invoices are accurate and processed according to NAHB’s financial standards.
  • Maintains working knowledge of the Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams), and other online event software and technology as required.

Requirements:

  • A minimum 2-3 years of experience in government, trade association or other service-related industry with a combination of financial, administrative, and organizational duties.
  • Knowledge of the meetings, events and/or hospitality industry and/or experience with associations is a plus. 

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Program Manager, Energy and Green Construction Code and Standards

Group: Regulatory Affairs

NAHB is seeking a building industry professional with interest and experience in residential energy efficiency and green construction to join NAHB’s building codes and standards advocacy team. This position offers a unique opportunity to work at the nexus of building science, advocacy, and policy across a wide range of industry forums and engage with a broad spectrum of industry stakeholders at the national level. The primary focus of this position is to provide energy efficiency solutions, green construction practices, and sustainability for single-family and multifamily buildings that advance public health safety and welfare while maintaining affordability.

This individual will represent NAHB at various codes and standards development committee meetings. They will also be responsible for developing proposed changes to energy efficiency and green building codes and prepare rigorous comments to support NAHB policy and testify on behalf of the association. They will also work on longer-term initiatives to develop tools and information supporting NAHB code advocacy efforts.

This position is also responsible for assisting NAHB members, committees, and staff with technical issues related to residential construction methods and practices. Other responsibilities include preparing and/or presenting articles, status updates, webinars and other related materials.

Qualified candidates must be able to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to evaluate complex technical issues and effectively articulate NAHB’s position in committee and hearing environments. Additionally, the candidate must be able to develop and maintain professional relationships and work positively with relevant stakeholders, committees, groups, voting members, and other industry professionals.

Applicants must be able to review and understand legislative and regulatory information related to building codes and material/design standards and offer solutions.The position requires good organizational skills and the ability to work effectively with others in addition to possessing intermediate-level computer skills including Microsoft Office, Word and Excel.

We are looking for individuals with a minimum of 3 years of experience related to energy efficiency, green building and/or construction. Experience with building codes and standards development, code enforcement, above-code energy or green programs, energy simulations and/or construction costs are preferred. A Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, material science, or architecture, or equivalent in education and experience, is required.

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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Senior Manager, International & Event Marketing

Group: Marketing and Business Development

NAHB seeks a senior manager, international & event marketing, who can brainstorm and create new growth strategies. Everything we build is for our members. The ability to inspire, motivate and unite members is the core of a great marketing program. We're a diverse team of creative, strategic, operational, and tactical professionals. We work hard and play harder. We always show up with great ideas and figure out how to make them happen.

This position will collaborate with copywriters, graphic designers, and a digital team to create, manage, and implement marketing campaigns, as well as develop emails, web copy, print pieces, blog, and social media posts to market products, programs, events, and services for the nation's leading association for residential building professionals.

Qualified candidates are:

  • Visionaries who can merge strategy, growth, people, and industry insights to strengthen our brand to our members and prospects
  • Creatives who can generate inspired and powerful print, email, social messaging, and online content to promote tradeshows and events
  • Marketers who can develop campaigns to market events, products, and services like it's nobody's business
  • People who can manage competing priorities, and maintain a great sense of humor
  • Self-starters who can work independently
  • Collaborators who thrive in a dynamic work environment

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Experience in marketing, writing, editing, and proofreading
  • Experience developing and executing marketing campaigns with measurable impact
  • Experience with all major social media platforms
  • Strong project management, problem-solving and analytical thinking skills
  • Solid understanding of how to market products, events and trade shows
  • Minimum of five years creating marketing campaigns experience and a familiarity with trade associations
  • Experience with Google Analytics and/or Spanish language fluency is a plus

To apply for this position, please complete and submit this application.

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